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to stick together, and our priority is to give service to our communities. >> and for those people use the public transportation, the reaction is as anticipated. >> it would impact me as i could not go to work, or pickup my children. >> a real inconvenience to a lot of people in muni is so difficult i would be late for work, opponents,, everything. it is my primary form of transportation so i need it. >> how this all shakes out is anybody's guess and will not know until monday. and how many buses hit the road and how many drivers show up for work. in san francisco. >> today, we asked our viewers on facebook what they thought about safe sick out and kimberly sakamoto? >> pamela, overwhelmingly, they thought that if this were to happen next week there would not be on the driver's side. let us look. patrick wrote to this. [reading} >> as you can see, a lot of people would like to take the muni drivers jobs. to read all about those of drivers on the meaning sick out www.kron.com ♪ >> a live outside from our mount pam cam this afternoon. you can see those sunny skies to most of the bay ar
coffee---6 childre, >> staand kids playing back recess, and had to just only use this kickball. what this was off-limits, this yellow caution tape the said play structure closed. and and the five makeweeks, checked several children have suffered broken bones. here, you concealed from wednesday, the same playground in hamilton. after kron 4 started asking questions, the district close this down. here, you can see the same thing at rancho elementary. even though no accidents have been that this school that could be because there is not been enough time. these structures opened earlier this week. the district said that this is preemptive, and a pre-inspection was approved. now, these playground which was over $1,000,000.50 will have to be states broke off until the school board. to meet with the designer. it cost $1.5 million- a-maureen kelly. >> this developing story. and date to of the counter attacks involving republican gubernatorial, meg whitman. and her housekeeper, the questions of what did meg whitman know? and once again, she denies that she knew that she was an undocumented wo
houses for any casualties. there using search dogs to do this. earlier this morning at a news conference the indicated that they were only able to check 75% of homes the of their 25% of the homes were too hot to enter. if were expecting a news conference coming up at 5:00 today and we will find out whether not those homes have cooled off all and is in fact they've been able to make it into those other 25 percent homes. one other no will last talked you have asked us if there were any natural gas bills in the transmission line. we check back with pg&e they said no and the so that as of 9:00 this morning all the gas had dissipated. once it could stop the transmission line of both sides the flow of the distribution line there's still some residual gas and the blind they said essentially that all burned off. at one point was all gone i don't have the time for that but at least as of 9:00 a.m. this morning all of that was gone. we're waiting to news conference single which will be taking place down there at 430 from the ntsb and they're going to be looking into the cause of this fire. they're
trend will continue to the weekend in your details coming up in just a bit. stay with us, we will be right back after this quick break. the school budget goes into a 100 million dollar deficit. the schools become so bad...the state has to take them over. it was "largely a bust," he admitted. jerry brown. failure as governor. failure as mayor. failure we can't afford now. cg failure as governor. failure as mayor. you can't really love me. i know about gayle. i don't know what you're talking about. if you just tell me what happened... [ ding ] [ man ] 35th and archer. next stop hamilton. [ brakes hiss ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you can watch hit tv shows on your iphone when you get at&t u-verse tv. at&t. rethink possible. >> this just an. let me show you a wildfire burning north of denver, colorado. this house is on fire. those flames, thick black smoke going to the roof. it started as a small grass fire and now, over 100 a.. in a currency, colorado north of denver. - kursey and the one in the middle of your screen. it looks like it is going to be a total loss and moved t
was touring the damage. christine conley joins us live from the command post with the latest on the investigation. >> there is a flurry of activity going on now the governor speaking moments ago as you see here. a lot of the officers walking up the hill after listening to the governor speak. we just saw his limo it was in the press more neighborhood in just moved out to the neighborhood a few minutes ago. this is the governors for stop to this neighborhood since the blast occurred on thursday. but to listen to what he had to >> say> i think the important thing now is to investigate we have the investigators here to find out exactly what happened we know so far on hundred foot pipe blew up we don't know exactly why it if something was missing or was weak or something. i think that's why what we have to hold the area often secured so investigators can go through because some important thing is sets of the lead this does never happen again. >> so the governor is getting an update on the latest on the investigation meanwhile the ntsb said they're constructing a time line of how p
. this week crews will remove debris from the fire zone. christine conley shows us what they're being done to get ready for the process of what the health department says it all needs to happen quickly. >> the removal debris in the fires on is slated to begin thursday in the health department says they wanted done as soon as possible before the rainy season begins because they're worried there could be toxic chemicals in the debris. then he stepped out of the way and show you what's being done in preparation. so this would truckee see here and these crews are spring water into the fires, and try to get the soil is what is possible so they may begin removing debris and none of that test will fly up into the air. the first thing crews will do is remove these burned out cars that you see here. that will allow them to bring in heavy equipment and there are 34 homes here that are destroyed beyond repair and for those residents they're going to take away everything. the foundation and also the chimneys that you see here. everything will be gone so before this process begins, residents are being
the spots available, though be placed using certain tiebreakers. here's the order first they have a sibling enrolled in this school, if they live in the attendance area and would appreciate, if they live in the area in the city with the lowest score averages, forth if they live in the attendance area, 50 live in the attendance area that doesn't have enough space for all its students. but how many attendance area is mentioned it's a big factor. some parents may find their blocks away from school but not the attendance area boundary just depends on where the district drew the line. parents will get a choice of where to send their skids but there's a high demand elementary school if you're not in the attendance area he may not get been carried out christine conley kron 4 news. >> live look inside at lake merritt has surprised people are running in this heat at 96 degrees. it will cool down dramatically this evening as sea breezes kick and a cool down in store for tomorrow just 80 degrees tomorrow afternoon. it will talk more about the cool down coming up a bit. what were the facts? fact: march
what the next will be will be unemployment that oppresses us or election. were waiting for the next i think will be up for year 5 to 10%. the economy as halnot so good. the datasets wee honest away from the transport a the jobs data and spending data said requested of a double-dip recession but it's some not good is not like 10 years ago. >> been talking about the possibility of a double-dip recession when are we going to know we are definitely not going to be in one. >> i would take it quarter by quarter. again two quarters in a row or not there were the six months away at in my opinion more these nine months away we also don't know what's going to stick as far as presidential solutions. this week he's really focusing on small businesses. he said were going to tax the rich but we will keep the bush taxes cut to the middle income of america. now were starting to get data and more people react to that. a lot of people like to say keep the bush tax cuts. in the market goes higher. >> what about mark heard oracle h-p. >> i love larry ellis and he's got billion our children and he's so da
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